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GFS Didot – A Greek font based on Didot’s work

The de­sign of Di­dot’s 1805 Greek type­face was in­flu­enced by the neo­clas­si­cal ide­als of the late 18th cen­tury. The font was brought to Greece at the time of the 1821 Greek Revo­lu­tion, by Di­dot’s son, and was very widely used. The present ver­sion is pro­vided by the Greek Font So­ci­ety.

The font sup­ports the Greek al­pha­bet, and is ac­com­pa­nied by a match­ing Latin al­pha­bet based on Zapf’s Palatino. sup­port is pro­vided, us­ing the OT1, T1, TS1, and LGR en­cod­ings.

Home pagehttp://myria.math.aegean.gr/labs/dt/
Ver­sion 2018-01-11
Li­censesFree li­cense not oth­er­wise listed
Main­tainerAlain Aubord
The Greek Font So­ci­ety
Ge­orge D. Matthiopou­los
An­to­nis Tsolomi­tis
Con­tained inTeX Live as gfs­di­dot
MiKTeX as gfs­di­dot
TopicsFont serif
Font Type1
Font t1enc
Greek Font
Mul­tilin­gual Font
OTF Font

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